Victorian Catholic Diocese Convicted Vicarious Child Sexual Abuse in Landmark Decision | Victoria

The Catholic Church’s unsuccessful attempt to argue that it was not responsible for a priest’s abuse of a five-year-old, because it took place during after-hours “social” visits , was described as “ruthless” by the survivor and an “affront to common sense” by a judge. Last month, the Supreme Court of …

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Kansas City Audiences in 2022: Busy Performance Schedule – KC STUDIO

The Harriman-Jewell series features Martin James Bartlett on February 26 at a free discovery concert at Gano Hall at William Jewell College. (photo by Paul Marc Mitchell) The vibrant season includes orchestral and chamber music, opera, choral concerts and dancing The spring concert schedule is packed with intriguing performances, in …

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The US economy is making a comeback: 2022 promises to be bright for America

West Virginia’s Appalachian state is one of the poorest in America and relies heavily on coal mining for its prosperity and energy needs. It was in this state that John F Kennedy, armed with a pile of cash, first staked his presidential credentials, persuading an electorate dominated by Protestant evangelicals …

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Rector – Episcopal Information Service

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, an established urban Christ-centered parish in the Anglo-Catholic tradition, is looking for our next rector who will lead us into an exciting new chapter of shared life and ministry. Our roots go back to 1885 when the first Episcopal Mission was established in Fort Myers, that …

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Hilda Marie Gordon | News, Sports, Jobs

Hilda Marie Gordon, 92, formerly of Altoona, died at Garvey Manor Nursing Home, Hollidaysburg on Sunday following a brief illness. She was born in Altoona, daughter of the late Rudolf and Anna (Schneider) Vorndran. She married Glenn B. Gordon on July 22, 1950, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Altoona. …

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Obituary of Theodore Brinson (1962 – 2021) – Macon, GA

Theodore “Mr. Ted” Gidean Brinson “17.5” February 25, 1962 – December 26, 2021 Macon, GA – Theodore “Mr. Ted” Gidean Brinson “17.5”, 59, of Macon, GA, passed away on December 26, 2021. Family will receive friends on Friday January 7, 2022 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Snow’s Memorial …

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Kim Jong Un highlights North Korea’s food crisis in year-end speech

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un He once again admitted that there was a “food problem” in the country, during a speech that ended an important five-day meeting of his Workers’ Party of Korea. End-of-year speech, summarized by state media KCNA, Brief reference to “Emergency epidemic prevention work”. a North Korea …

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Some sex-related charges have been dropped against former priest Van Wert, Findlay

TOLEDO – Five of the 10 charges were dismissed by North Ohio District Court against a Catholic priest who was arrested by the FBI 16 months ago for alleged adult sex trafficking and of a minor. A federal grand jury indicted Michael J. Zacharias, 55, of Findlay, in August 2020 …

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Full circle: Thomas directs Saint Stephen’s Cathedral 32 years after having been a seminarian there | Characteristics

Reverend John Thomas didn’t expect to step into the New Year as rector of St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Owensboro. In the first four months of 2021, Thomas said he was on sabbatical in Rome, Italy, following his tenure at Holy Spirit Catholic …

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